Celebrity chef Rick Bayless’ “Culinary Core Institute,” based at The Hatchery, will include an eight-week training program for aspiring young chefs.
The most popular cuisines were American and Italian. French, Indian, Japanese, Korean, Mediterranean and Middle Eastern followed closely behind.
Gibson’s Italia was awarded most beautiful restaurant in Chicago.
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The owner of the building at 122 S. Michigan has filed three lawsuits against Seven Lions to recoup $763,615 the restaurant allegedly owes.
After being gutted in an August fire, Maple Tree Inn will reopen at a temporary location Friday.
Bartender Frank Rotondo was “part therapist, part bartender, part friend,” says Rich Melman, founder of Lettuce Entertain You restaurants.
Quentin Love gives free meals to those in need every Monday afternoon out of his Humboldt Park restaurant.
The Northwest Side spot would become Chicago’s third Portillo’s restaurant. The other two are in River North and the South Loop.
The event boasts fine food, wine, craft beer and spirits from local and national chefs and mixologists along with seminars, cooking demonstrations.
Al’s Beef is turning 80 years old and marking the occasion with a special offer — 80 cents — for fans of its famed Italian beef sandwich.
Jeppson’s Malort, a hometown spirit that’s been made in Florida since the 1970s, is coming back to Chicago after Chicago distillery buys the brand.
Federal prosecutors say Steven Addison made hundreds of phony reservations, ensuring that about 1,200 restaurant seats went to waste on busy nights.
Fight for $15, a national effort to boost the minimum wage, is calling for employees to walk out starting at 11 a.m., at the start of the lunch rush.
Laverne Burnett owned the most Harold’s Chicken shacks. “He’s been in business longer and has more stores,” said CEO Kristen Pierce-Sherrod.